Category: Health

Maintaining good health is essential for a happy and fulfilling life. Our expert tips, advice, and resources provide you with the tools and knowledge you need to develop and implement effective health strategies, from healthy eating and exercise to stress management and mental health care. With our help, you’ll be able to make positive changes to your lifestyle, improve your overall health and wellbeing, and enjoy a happier, more fulfilling life.

EBT and SNAP Update: What the 2024 Farm Bill Means for Your Benefits

Learn about the upcoming changes to SNAP, food stamp benefits, and the Farm Bill, and understand the impact these changes will have on food security in America. In this update, you’ll learn about the pivotal changes to the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), commonly known as food stamps, under the upcoming Farm Bill, which significantly … Continue reading EBT and SNAP Update: What the 2024 Farm Bill Means for Your Benefits

How to know if you’re Lactose Intolerant: What are your Options?

In the past, being lactose intolerant relegated the afflicted individual to a life devoid of some of the simpler pleasures; ice cream, milk with chocolate chip cookies and grilled cheese sandwiches. But, not anymore. Those who are lactose intolerant are now provided with a wide array of food choices, lactose pills and alternative options. So, how do … Continue reading How to know if you’re Lactose Intolerant: What are your Options?



Hidden Truth about Bulimia

Nineteen-year-old Cheska thought it was the easiest way to loose those unwanted pounds. It seemed more logical. This way, no one will know her little secret since she seems normal. She was eating right. But when the doors are closed, it is another story. “I started purging when I was fourteen. I was a sophomore … Continue reading Hidden Truth about Bulimia


Natural Therapies to turn your SAD (Seasonal Affective Disorder) Days into Better Days

SAD in long form is known as Seasonal Affective Disorder. This problem is most common during the winter months when there is lack of direct sunlight and normally recedes when the spring and summer months arrive. The symptom most often associated with SAD is depression for unknown reasons accompanied by a desire to sleep more and eat … Continue reading Natural Therapies to turn your SAD (Seasonal Affective Disorder) Days into Better Days